Power Up is one of the goals in Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. It is the personal goal of Power Suit Amy, an unlockable character available during the event An Xmas Xarol, Act 2.
Amy shows off her suit.
5 50 Check out my power suit Fry!
How come your suit came with a partyboard and mine didn't?
Quit complaining. Your suit came with a midriff and mine didn't.
I mean, it's a cute look for the battle afterparty, but it seems like a bad idea during combat.
Your suit shoots harpoons too?! You got all the good stuff!
Your suit shoots lasers. And you could probably heat up food with them, so there's that.
What good are laser-blasted leftovers when all I've ever wanted to do in life is hunt whales from a partyboard?
This isn't the time to debate mankind's eternal questions, Fry!
Professor reminds Amy of her responsibilities.
5 75 Look, Amy, I didn't give you that power suit so you could hoverboard all over the city. You have to help take down Robot Santa.
I'm sorry, Professor. I was just having fun.
If I'd wanted you to have fun, I'd have equipped your suit with Netflix!
Why do you think I gave you CBS's less entertaining streaming service instead?!
That's some fancy partyboarding, ma'am.
Thanks, officer! It's nice to know my ability to go dangerously fast in the narroe heavy-traffic area between high-rises hasn't gone unnoticed!
Uh-oh. Now you're gonna ticket me for traffic violations, aren't you?
Naw, baby, I'm gonna invite you to go partyboarding through Grand Central after work.
Kif worries for Amy.
5 100 I'm terribly worried about you fighting Robot Santa by yourself.
I won't be by myself. Fry and I are a team.
But Fry is increadibly stupid. Having him as a partner actually raises your danger!
Don't worry. I booby-trapped Fry's power suit so if Robot Santa gets to close to him, I can blow them both up.
That's my girl!
Please be careful out there, Amy. I don't know what I'd do if anything happened to you.
You'd pick up the pieces of your shattered life and move on! Do I have to explain everything? Spluh!
But I'd still carry a piece of you in my heart until my dying day, right?
Sounds good to me.